How You Can Help The Hurricane Dorian Victims

Hurricane Dorian brought wind, rain, thousands of downed trees and power outages to Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. However, the southeast coast was, for the most part, spared from any major damage.

Unfortunately, Hurricane Dorian pummeled the Bahamas, leaving behind destruction as far as the eye can see. It has been reported that thousands of homes, businesses, medical centers and hospitals have been ravaged. Lives have been lost, families have been separated from one another and many residents have lost everything they own.

Video by WPBF News.

According to the Washington Post, Bahamas Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest stated, "The storm killed at least seven people after making landfall in the Bahamas on Sunday, and has left parts of the island so flooded that approximately 70 percent of homes remain underwater."

For those interested in helping those affected by Hurricane Dorian, both in the Bahamas and the United States, here are some of the organizations that can use the help.

American Red Cross

The Red Cross, which currently has 200 volunteers in the Bahamas, is always accepting monetary donations. There’s a $10 minimum online donation, and you can do so here or by texting DORIAN to 90999. The Red Cross is also accepting blood donations, as Dorian has forced the cancelation of nearly 50 blood drives along the east coast, the organization announced on its website Wednesday.


The disaster relief organization is currently promoting an emergency 2x match, which will match any and all donations made dollar for dollar. You can donate here.

Community Organized Relief Effort

A partner of Andres’ World Central Kitchen and is deploying a disaster response team. You can also donate directly to their Dorian-related efforts.

Team Rubicon

The organization, which is operated by military veterans and first responders, has so far sent volunteers down to the heavily hit Abaco Islands and Nassau in the Bahamas. You can donate here.

American Humane

Those looking to help save animals left behind in the storm can donate here. American Humane said Wednesday morning it had already removed cats and kittens from Dorian’s path of destruction and transported them more than 700 miles to safe havens in New York and New Jersey.

Photo by American Humane

Direct Relief

You can donate to the humanitarian aid organization here to help them deliver medical aid to affected areas, and send medical caches with first-aid supplies and vital medications to Florida.

World Central Kitchen

Celebrity chef José Andrés has been in the trenches in the Bahamas, serving meals to victims affected by the storm. He told CNN he flew 2,000 sandwiches and more than 1,000 oranges to Abaco on Tuesday and hoped to send between 5,000 and 7,000 more on Wednesday. He also announced plans to set up a kitchen in Abaco in order to help as many people as possible. You can donate here.

Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation

Click here to donate to the fund, which was set up by the Grand Bahama Port Authority to provide relief efforts. In addition to monetary donations, the foundation is also accepting goods.

Clara Lionel Foundation

The non-profit founded by singer Rihanna is providing aid to the Bahamas, she said on Twitter. You can donate here.

Project Hope

A Virginia-based nonprofit group that sends medical professionals to disasters around the world, is sending a team to the Bahamas. You can donate here.

Water Mission

Dedicated specifically to making sure people have safe water after a storm. You can pick Hurricane Dorian relief as a specific target for your donation. You can donate here.

Please feel free to share this post and comment below if you know of any other fundraising efforts or non-profits who are helping the Bahamian community to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Dorian.


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